The Hague by Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh lived in The Hague two times during his lifetime. He previously moved there in 1869, at sixteen years old, to begin an apprenticeship at the workplace of an art dealer at The Hague: Goupil and Cie 1. Following a couple of fruitful years with the firm, Vincent was moved to Goupil and Cie's London branch. Despite the fact that Vincent anticipated seeing London and working on his English, he was sorry to leave The Hague.
Vincent got back to The Hague in December 1881 to begin his profession as a painter. From his uncle Cornelis "Cor" Marinus van Gogh, Vincent received his first paid commission to draw city views. Vincent van Gogh's visit in The Hague was a critical period in his life. It was during this time that he leveled up his imaginative abilities and fostered his interesting style.